Reserve your seats now for the FREE staged reading of Iodine, presented by Great Barrington Public Theater, adapted from the book by Haven Kimmel, a brand new play, in development with Berkshire Voices, written and directed by Michelle Joyner.
Tues., December 12, 7pm
St. James Place
352 Main St.,Great Barrington, MA 01230
Iodine is a psychological puzzle exploring the life of an unconventional college senior. Tracey Sue Pennington is living a highly functional if impoverished existence after running away from her abusive home, and is forced to face her painful past when she falls in love with a much-older man. A traumatic childhood involving exorcisms, alien abduction and a fragmented reality slowly comes into focus as this young woman’s heart begins to open.
Michelle directed GBPT’s hit productions of The Stones in 2023, and The Shot in 2022.
Tickets are FREE! $10 suggested donation. Seating is limited. Reserve seats now by emailing Tristan.GreatBarringtonPublic@gmail.com